Riviera 33 Flybridge

Bonvecchiati is a Riviera 3300 flybridge – a sought after model that will comfortably fit on a 12 metre berth. Bonvecchiati is named after one of the oldest hotels in the floating city of Venice – and what better name for a floating holiday home.

Equipped with a pair of 210hp Cummins, she has a sprint speed of 24knots and will efficiently cruise from 16/18 knots. The full teak cockpit is generously sized, as is the U shaped dinette entertaining area with a dropdown table that converts into a double bed. With the galley to port, this vessel also has the added bonus of a second downstairs helm to starboard.

The ample space in the master cabin and the head is the advantage of a single cabin vessel, and Bonvecchiati does not disappoint. Upstairs you will find the main helm station, with seating for 5.

Don’t miss this opportunity to secure a fine example of a 33 flybridge, capable of navigating some of the best spots New Zealand has to offer.



Location: Northland Make/Model: 33 Flybridge
Length: 11.46 Meters Year: 1996
Designer: Riviera Builder: The Riviera Group
Engine: 2 x Cummins 6TB 5.9-M Fuel Capacity: 1000 L
Engine Hours: 1908 Drive (Shaft/Pod/Leg): S/S Shaft
Horse Power: 210 hp Fuel Type: Diesel
Max Speed: 24 knots Cruise Speed: 16 - 18 knots
Electrics: 16 amp shore power Cummins VDO Analog gauges 100W single outlet inverter 12v electric battery charger Electronics: Course Master 400 Autopilot Furuno Radar
Deck Material: GRP Hull Material: GRP
Batteries: House batteries: Deep/cycle 6v 2x & Endurant N150 Starting: Endurant 1 x 950 CCA Anchor/Winch: Muir Cougar vertical anchor winch, Manson Plough anchor 35lbs
Draft: 1.0 m Shower: 1 x Interior; 1 x Exterior
Toilet: 1 x Jabsco Electric Accommodation: 12V Water system Single cabin
Refrigeration: Engel 80l galley fridge/freezer Entertainment: Pioneer sound system
Freezer: Rivtech chest freezer Stove: 2 x gas hobs with gas oven
Safety Gear: 3 x Fire extinguishers Quest searchlight Horn 1 x Life ring Flares 4 x Fenders

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